Want to know what else will be happening in Pittsburgh and Its Countryside when your group is here? The easy-to-use Events Calendar will tell you about the performances, festivals, and exhibits that will be in town at the same time you are.
By Noel Coward. Directed by Ted Pappas. After a tempestuous marriage, Amanda and Elyot got divorced. Just a few years later, however, each goes to the altar again – Amanda with Victor, and Elyot with Sibyl. Honeymooning at the same seaside hotel, a shared balcony is the fuse that detonates this sizzling comedy when the newlyweds discover they have rooms next to each other. Noel Coward’s masterpiece about the lunacy of love radiates with diamond-bright wit and style to burn.
The Ailsa Mellon Bruce Galleries will boast an enhanced reinstallation of the museum’s collection of decorative arts, design, and craft, selectively integrated with prints, architectural drawings, and paintings. The reinstallation includes a prominent display of Carnegie Museum of Art’s important collections of Western Pennsylvania furniture and contemporary objects made from glass and aluminum—two materials deeply associated with the region. Objects will be arranged chronologi... More Details
Enter your rescued pet's photo in Castaway Critters' 4th Annual Pet Photo Contest! Winners will be featured in our 2013 calendar. (All photos submitted for this fundraiser will be in the calendar.) Photos can be submitted from anywhere! All rescued pets welcome! Information can be found at www.castawaycritters.org Castaway Critters is a no-kill foster home rescue and spay/neuter charity located in Central Pa. Since 2001, over 7000 cats and dogs have been adopted into loving homes. Thank you for ... More Details
Carnegie Science Center is home to the world's largest permanent robotics exhibition, so gear up for a bot-tastic time with more than two dozen exhibition stations about robots! Learn how 'bots sense, think, and act and explore dozens of interactive exhibit stations in this one-of-a-kind robotics experience. Challenge a binary being in a game of air hockey or basketball, and rub elbows with some of Hollywood’s most famous robots. It's the ultimate robot gathering, right here in Pittsburgh... More Details
The Rocky Mountain Express takes viewers through river canyons and mountain passes for an adventure into the Canadian Rockies. While exploring some of the most stunning and rugged landscapes on Earth viewers will learn about one of the greatest engineering feats in history the construction of Canada's first transcontinental railway through the Rocky Mountains.
We pledge allegiance to it, we parade it, and we display it on occasions both solemn and celebratory. The American flag represents the nation and its people, patriotism, and pride, even during times of war and strife. The Senator John Heinz History Center’s major exhibition, Stars & Stripes: An American Story, sponsored by BNY Mellon, details the stories of the people behind the more than 200 year history of our nation’s most enduring symbol. The 7,000 square foot exhibit was dev... More Details
Unearth the powers of healing plants from around the world as the soothing sights and sounds of fountains provide a release from the summer heat. Bring the whole family and let Phipps welcome you to a serene, green world where nature’s best-kept secrets are revealed and the spirit of youth reigns supreme.
Gypsy Cafe welcomes The Gypsy Strings to entertain you through dinner. The Gypsy Strings are all Pittsburgh musicians with national and international standing. The orchestra's regular lineup, Jerry Grcevich, David Kosovec, Peter Kosovec, and Bob Sestili are led by George Batyi on violin. Traditional to cafe-style performances in Europe, the musicians stroll table to table and take requests. We offer the event for our Dinner guests. A $10 cover may be charged to those not ordering dinner or the e... More Details
Based on a true story! In 1934, a group of Ashington miners and a dental mechanic hired a professor from Newcastle University to teach an evening art appreciation class. Unable to understand each other at first, they embarked on one of the most unusual experiments in British art as the pitmen learned to become painters. Within a few years, their work was taken for prestigious collections and they were celebrated throughout the British art world; but every day they worked, as before, down the min... More Details
Follow the Yellow Brick Road to the first-ever educational exhibit based on the beloved movie classic. Come over the rainbow with Dorothy and Toto on an exploration of the colorful Land of Oz. Journey from the sepia-toned Gale Farm to the vibrant Emerald City and experience the adventures of Dorothy and her friends.
The Pittsburgh Society of Artists Guild (PSA) presents an exhibit at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (PCA) titled “Tone It UP”. This exhibit, juried by Greg Harrison opens to the public with a reception at PCA on Friday May 11, 2012 from 5:30 to 8:00 PM. In light of the recent heated political discourse and violence like the shootings in Arizona this past year and the Occupy Movement, government and media have suggested that we the public need to "Tone it DOWN." In response ... More Details
An exhibition of four, original, interactive artworks that are “tough” enough to withstand kid handling. Play with a giant kaleidoscope, activate a sculpture with your voice and more! This exhibit is supported by a grant from the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Sciences.
Dive into physics aboard the USS Requin submarine. Discover the science that let 80 sailors live beneath the sea in the U.S. Navy’s first radar picket submarine.
Discover what it takes to care for, feed and train more than 600 birds in this hands-on immersion experience. Participants spend a full day working alongside trainers assisting with food preparation and feedings, performing weight checks on the Aviary’s owls, falcons and hawks, and doing a bit of housekeeping for the National Aviary’s African penguins. Other highlights include participation in afternoon feeds in the Aviary’s walk-through exhibits where flamingos, starlings, pel... More Details
Jambo! Greetings in Kiswahili. Sing, dance, play African drums and dress up like our friends across the world to explore African arts with Sister IAsia, Fine Artist in Residence. Don’t miss the “unity party” as Sister IAsia and guest musicians teach songs, dances and words of Africa for the whole family to enjoy. Noon-12:45 – Dress for the unity party by learning to wrap your hair and body in African fabrics and paint your face with traditional designs 1:00, 2:00 & 3:... More Details
Dive into science aboard a real Cold War-era submarine! Learn how 80 men used their expertise, humor, and sheer ingenuity to carve out a rough and adventurous life during Requin's lengthy defense and scientific missions, some of which are still classified to this day!State-of-the-art and battle-ready when she set out just days before the end of World War II, USS Requin holds the distinction of being the Navy's first Radar Picket submarine. Interactive kiosks and recreated living quarters give v... More Details
Free weekly trivia at Patricks Pub in Moon. Join host Carla for a fun night and beat out the competition. Winners receive prizes and gift cards. Everyone enjoys drink specials and a great time. Show starts at 10p. Sign ups start at 9:30p. Hope you can make it!
Enjoy a museum unlike any other. A place where you can enjoy the great works of Maz and Mario. Art and Arnie. Roberto and Franco. Suzie and Swin. A place where you can relive the moments that made them all great. The Immaculate Reception. The Home Run. Olympic gold. Super Bowls. World Series. Stanley Cups. The Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, a state-of-the-art museum at the Senator John Heinz History Center, features a stunning collection of one-of-a-kind sports artifacts and interactive exh... More Details